a self-managed project for tasty fine foods and unmediated peasant agriculture, welcomed our team onto their
premises with their pickled Scotch Bonnet peppers. Everyone was wonderful and the members of the Coop, coming
to do their weekly shopping, enjoyed sampling the spicy Haitian condiment. We were definitely thrilled to be in Paris.
Christophe Pradal, one of the founders of the Coop, says: “It’s not a secret that Parisians are very meticulous about the food they eat. So one of the goals of the CoopAParis is to bring quality products to our members, while giving them a chance to build a relationship with the producers.”
Trinka Petitmermet, another co-founder, adds: “We are located in a very vibrant and cosmopolitan part of the city. It’s important to cater to the habitants of the area with tasty products while simultaneously being fair to both the producers and the consumers.”
If you are dropping by Paris and are looking some super nice people, authentic, quality bread, honey, patés, or other products, for a good price, you should definitely drop by the Cooperative Alimentaire at 38 Myrha, Paris, 75018.
* Quick note: normally, members pay an annual fee of €15 to be able to buy at the Coop.
That said, the Cooperative will not reject you if you are a tourist dropping by :o)